Circolo del Design – Turin, with the aim of spreading and promoting the design culture through projects with territorial impact, and cultural and training activities, has launched its new cultural season with a program that will continue until September, under the theme HUMANIZING TECHNOLOGY.
Within this cultural calendar, Circolo del Design – Turin launches the international conference “Humanizing Technology Through Design” (here the updated program), which will take place at OGR Torino from 17 to 19 June 2021.
The conference will be held in person, but it can also be followed for free in live streaming (again at this link), and can also be watched, simultaneously translated, in English.
The conference aims to disseminate the state of the art on the humanization of technology at a national and international level, with a view to providing new innovation tools to companies, institutions, service providers and designers.
The speeches will reflect current challenges and best practices in artificial intelligence, education, health, mobility and public services, with an opening session dedicated to the relationship between ethics and technology.
The conference will be structured as follows:
THURSDAY 17 JUNE
Opening session on Ethics and technology — h.10am -12.30 pm
Scenario speech — Molly Steenson, Associate Professor & Associate Dean at Carnegie Mellon University (Pennsylvania)
Scenario speech — Marco Steinberg, Founder and CEO at Snowcone & Haystack in Helsink
Scenario speech — don Luca Peyron Director at Apostolato Digitale
Local player — Christian Greco, Director at Museo Egizio in Turin
Humanizing public services through design — h. 2 – 6 pm
Local player — Marco Pironti, Deputy Mayor for Innovation and Smart city for the City of Turin
Scenario speech — Sabine Junginger, Head of Competence Center Research in Design and Management at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Lucerne
Case study — Roberta Tassi, Head of Service Design nel Digital Transformation Team – Italian Government
Case study — Claudio Celeghin, Head of the “Web Development and Communities” Service di Agid (Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale)
Seminar — TODO, design studio
FRIDAY 18 JUNE
Humanizing healthcare through design — h.10am – 3.30 pm
Local player — Franca Fagioli, Director of the Department of Pediatrics and Pediatric Specialties – AOU City of Health and Science of Turin
Scenario speech — Marta Lago, EU lead for Patient Experience and Solution Design
Case study — Enrico Bassi, Director of fablab OpenDot Milan,
Case study — Andrea Boioli, Research & Innovation Manager at CELI – H-FARM Innovation
Seminar — Experientia, design studio
Humanizing artificial intelligence through design — h. 2 – 6 pm
Local player — Giovanni Mastrobuoni Professore Ordinario di Economia Politica – Università degli Studi di Torino per “Art-ificial Intelligence in support of Museums” per “Artificial Intelligence in support of Museums” di Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo,
Scenario speech — Ruth Kikin Gil, Responsible AI strategist, Senior UX Designer per Microsoft
Case study — Carlo Ratti, Director of MIT SENSEable City Lab e Co-Founder di Carlo Ratti Associati
Seminar — Enhancers, design studio
SATURDAY 19 JUNE
Humanizing mobility through design h.10am – 3.30 pm
Local player — Matteo PessioneCoordinator of OGR Tech and innovation projects at the CRT Foundation, Lecturer in management and marketing at the University of Turin will intervene
Case study — Federico Parolotto partner e owner di MIC Mobility In Chain
Case study — Lowie Vermeersch CEO & Creative Director at Granstudio
Seminar — Pininfarnia, design studio
Humanizing learning through design — h. 2 – 6 pm
Case study — Hector Ouilhet Head of Human Centered Innovation & Strategy at Google USA
Case study — Kris Krois, Head of MA in Eco-Social Design at Bolzano
Seminar — Fightbean, design studio
In the six sessions of the conference, national and international companies will participate with their designers, training institutes with their researchers and design studios with their design leads.
Together with these speakers, in order to simultaneously express the work in this sense and the excellence of the territory, institutional local players will intervene to tell the projects and visions they carry out in their work and their innovative approach with issues related to the humanization of technology.
Circolo del Design – Turin is supported by the Compagnia di San Paolo Foundation and the Turin Chamber of Commerce (main partner), with the contribution of the City of Turin, the Industrial Union of Turin and CNA, sponsored by Iren and Reale Mutua Assicurazioni.